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From: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri, 30 May 1997 00:40:43 -0700 Subject: Col. Whoever? (The Day After Roswell) book I agree with the guy on the mailing list that was talking about how this Colonel is wrong in his book. I believe his name was Carter?. The writer of the book supposedly says that he allowed alien technology to be placed in the industry so that technology would go forward faster. I agree with the respondent Carter? that this is not so. He says that the technology that is talked about was around before the Roswell incident. I agree and would like to add to this. There is some technology that is produced before it is widely used such as transistors. The CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor) transistor was produced by at least the 70's. The technology had some problems that made it unfeasible to be made cheaply so it was not widely used. These problems like Latchup and other parasitic problems were not fixed until a fabrication process was designed to make them usable in the marketplace. CMOS is what makes modern computers fantastic devices because they don't run as hot or burn as much power so to speak as other transistors do. This is why computer technology has picked up speed in recent years not because some alien at area 51 has allowed its technology into the industry. It is because companies like Intel and IBM have engineers and large R&D budgets. Some technology is here today that people don't know about but in ten years it will be common place. This is not mysterious, it is science. The Romans did it, the Greeks did it, and we do it! Scott (There here, there hostile, and I don't want you to know) (Practicing MJ-12 agent)
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